hahahaha:)

Bart

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I just stumbled upon a Google translation in Dutch of this website.
"Slurry" was translate in Dutch as "hog manure" ("drijfmest"). Puts razor honing into a complete new perspective...
First Ray with dog crap, now Google with hog manure...

"lift hog manure onto the surface of the Coticule" it says.

:D :D :D :D

Bart.
 

Smythe

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I am not surprised, my uncle was a farmer and he would often use the word slurry....

Lets just say he would be "turning in his grave" if he thought I sharpened my razor with manure.
 

Paul

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I've never heard of that, and my grandparents were pig farmers. That's hilarious though:lol: :lol:
 

towliff

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Yep, my uncle used to farm milk.....and that amount of cows makes a shitload of poo (pun intended ;) So anyway, I used to have great fun learning to drive the tractors about, and one job was a use the tractor and some random 'scraper - shovel' like attachment to gather all the shit up and dump it into the Slurry pit. Then later on he would use the slurry stored in the slurry it to 'muck-spread' the fields to make'em more fertile.

So general gist is yeah, slurry is manure :)

P.s God dayam does slurry work as a fertiliser - the slurry pit is gone now as my uncle no longer farms, and the grass on that bit of land is the lushest, greenest grass ive ever seen - comparable to a golf course but with next to no effort to keep it that way!

.....random post there, but hope you enjoy!
 

justin

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You should see some of the Traditional Chinese translations.

"mouse dong" = news
"master nose-bleed" = address???
leaping frog lands = ???

:lol:
 

Smythe

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Yes, my grandfather would say "s#it makes the grass grow"
If he were around today I would say probably reply "... but it don't make the whiskers grow"
 
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